‘Local Foods’ Category

Kitchen Cabinet Meeting Minutes September 2015

Kitchen Cabinet September 14, 2015 Jeri Miller, Margo Druschel, George Elliott , Paul Matzke, Chuck Niederriter, Patrick Neri, Kailey Holmes, Molly Yunkers, Jana Elliott, Kaitlyn Bicek, Jessica Braun, Mark Hanson , Steve Kjellgren, Lisa Heldke, Lindsay Rothschiller Why we are here: Introductions of Cabinet Members and our purpose and what we would like to see […]

Kitchen Cabinet Minutes March 2014

Kitchen Cabinet Meeting Minutes March 10, 2014 Laura Shilling, Mark Hanson, Lisa Heldke, Jessica Braun, Jeff Stocco, Jim Dontje, Steve Kjellgren, Rebecca Hare, George Elliott, Jessica Burggraf, Paul Matzke, Meghan Krause MVAC Meeting – MVAC will be starting a food hub (connection between farmers and churches, business, etc.). This is a way to purchase local. […]

Fall 2010 Kitchen Cabinet Meetings

Meeting Dates have been announced for Fall 2010. They will be held at 7:15am in the Campus Center Building and will last approximately 1 hour. Dates are as follows: September 28th, October 19, November 23rd, and December 14th. Gustavus Community members who are interested in joining the KC or who wish to sit in on […]

Gustavus’ Fresh Eggs to be 100% Certified Cage Free!

Photo by cgparkhouse http://www.flickr.com/photos/parkhouses/ Gustavus Dining Service has committed to prepare and serve only Cage Free eggs beginning in September 2010. The eggs will come from Minnesota and Wisconsin farms and are American Humane Certified. This means the farms follow strict guidelines in the care and well being of the laying hens. The hens are […]

Gustavus has a new Coffee Partner!

Photo by Joe Lencioni '05 We are excited to announce partnership with Tiny Footprint Coffee! Look for the delicious, locally roasted, sustainably grown, Earth First brew soon in the Gustavus Adolphus MarketPlace and at catered events! Tiny Footprint Coffee

Gustavus included in Princeton Review’s new Guide to 286 Green Colleges:

Gustavus Adolphus College cites justice as one of its core values, and it has prompted the community of “Gusties” on campus to take their roles as environmental stewards seriously.